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Let's DD out of here. Let's get out of here. DD referring to 'done deal', meaning problem solved.
Heard mainly from (ex)military.
Thought to of originated out of WW1 military slang among troops overseas.
I'm done with the test, let's dd out of here and head back to my place.

I'm gonna DD an grab some pizza when I get off work.

I just fragged this noob, time to DD outta here an get some armor.
by Necromancer31 February 25, 2012